WorthPoint Partners With Shannon's Auction House

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Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers join WorthPoint, a social network and search engine for collectors.

Marth Walter, American (1875-1976), Good Harbor Beach, watercolor, unsigned. Sold for US

With this new relationship, we enter a new realm of fine art collecting particularly with the 19th and 20th century paintings.

WorthPoint Corporation, the premier website for art, antiques, and collectibles, today announced that Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers has selected WorthPoint as its data publishing partner. Under the new agreement, Shannon's will provide WorthPoint with upcoming and historical auction data to be published on the WorthPoint web site. With data provided by Shannon's, WorthPoint is now able to provide more comprehensive data than ever.

"We are very excited about our partnership with Shannon's," said Will Seippel, CEO and Chairman of WorthPoint. "With this new relationship, we enter a new realm of fine art collecting particularly with the 19th and 20th century paintings."

Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers hold auctions twice a year in Greenwich, CT. Shannon's handles premier artists and is held in high esteem in the New York City art community. Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers is Connecticut's Premier Fine Art Auction house. Specializing in American and European 19th and early 20th century paintings, Shannon's holds auctions twice annually in Greenwich, CT - an easy drive from Manhattan. The auctions are composed of paintings, watercolors, drawings, bronzes and fine prints.

WorthPoint is a collector's social network and search engine rolled into one. The website is changing the process of assessing worth for collectibles by providing a vast database of sales records and giving individual collectors a chance to connect with experts within an online community. Through WorthPoint, members can also reach out to other collectors interested in buying, selling, or swapping stories and share their insight and knowledge through the forums and wikis.


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